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William Gray


Symphonic Prog

3.92 | 47 ratings

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4 stars Argentinian band WILLIAM GRAY was formed in 2006, originally as a solo project with guest musicians helping out with the recording for the album "Living Fossils" from 2006 that developed into a band-based venture. "Silentio" is their second album, self-released in 2012.

Apart from the lead vocals, which are more of a functional but not all that impressive feature, this is a quality album that successfully blends the traditions of vintage progressive rock with the more contemporary vibes that Porcupine Tree and similar bands have explored since the mid '90s. Those fond of bands that add retro details to contemporary-sounding modern progressive rock, or the other way around, should be a key audience for this CD. If you have bands like King Crimson and Porcupine Tree side by side in your music collection, this is a CD that you probably should investigate at some point.

Windhawk | 4/5 |


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